Apple is set to receive final approval on its "spaceship" headquarters from Cupertino City Council on November 15th. The city has already unanimously voted in favor of the new campus, expected to open sometime in 2016, and is likely to continue that show of support with Friday's vote. But before it does so, the city has released yet more renders of Apple's future home. These new images provide some sense of what working there will be like — much like the obsessively detailed miniature model unveiled last month.
For the first time, we get a good look at the campus entrance (flanked by two huge Apple banners), an employee fitness center, and two parking facilities. The transit system that will shuttle Apple's workers to and from those parking areas is also pictured. By now it should be obvious, but this is unlike any other corporate HQ that has come before it. Following last month's approval, CEO Tim Cook said the "spaceship" will play host to Apple's "innovation and creativity for decades to come."